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Volkswagen workers in Tennessee vote to join UAW in historic win for union

The United Auto Workers said late Friday that Volkswagen employees in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have overwhelmingly voted to join the union — marking a major milestone for the labor organization and its

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Mortgage rates are now at the highest level of the year, and could still climb

The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed mortgage crossed over 7% on April 1, according to Mortgage News Daily, and it just kept going. It now sits right around 7.5%,

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Disneyland characters and cast members attempt to unionize

Unionization at Disneyland may no longer be a fairytale, as a majority of approximately 1,700 parades and characters cast members have filed with the NLRB for union representation. According to

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Mortgage rates are now at the highest level of the year and could still climb

The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed mortgage crossed over 7% on April 1, according to Mortgage News Daily, and it just kept going. It now sits right around 7.5%,

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FAA lifts temporary groundstop of Alaska Airlines flights after technical issue is resolved

The Federal Aviation Administration lifted a ground stop for all Alaska Airlines flights Wednesday after grounding the planes earlier as a result of a computer problem at the carrier. The

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Tesla job cuts heighten Wall Street concerns that EV maker faces a demand problem

Companies often see their stock price jump after announcing job cuts, as Wall Street rallies around the prospects for improved efficiency and profits. But that’s not how investors treated the

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How In-N-Out Burger’s president runs her fast-food empire: Keep it simple, affordable and close

In-N-Out isn’t your typical burger joint, and it insists expanding its footprint won’t change that. For nearly eight decades, the West Coast restaurant chain has remained a private, family-owned company

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Tesla asks shareholders to vote again on Musk’s $56 billion payout

Tesla said Wednesday it will ask shareholders to reinstate CEO Elon Musk’s $56 billion pay package, which a Delaware judge voided earlier this year after ruling that the record-setting compensation deal was “deeply

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